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Who are you? But what part defines your identity? To whom do we owe such a demeanor?

jackie huggins_and_shireen_malamooThe last couple of weeks in my life have been very interesting to say the least. There have been four unrelated conversations, certainly not my favourite kind of yarning, whereby comment about my identity deserves reflection on the causes and not necessarily the symptoms of this kind of diatribe. Knowing who you are, where you are from and who is your family does not...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:08

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Karen Sheldon, employment that Caters for the needs of the community

karen sheldonby Johanna Kerin

The Karen Sheldon's flagship training and development program, Future Stars, is supporting Indigenous jobseekers in the Northern Territory to break down barriers and access the workforce. Karen Sheldon Catering (KSC) has been operating in the Northern Territory for 30 years, and combined with the Training and Development division is taking an innovative approach to supporting job...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:07

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